With the COVID-19 pandemic disrupting education, it is no more an ornament and neither is it a refuge. It is the subject of anguished public debate and private concern. While the governments, school administrators, teachers and parents ponder over the disrupted education system, the media is not far behind in monitoring the educational scene with facts, analysis and advice. But first, the facts: The Delhi-based weekly, Outlook, has carried an insightful article titled The Textbooks Do Not Tell Us… by Manika Sharma, Director, The Shri Ram Schools.
Here are excerpts from its concluding paras: Learning management systems (LMS) help teachers deliver online lessons, share reading materials and grade assignments.
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